Haryana is a state in north India. Its ancient name was Haritanaka. It is newly created state separated from the Punjab state on 1 November 1966 on the basis of its language.
Haryana is bordered by Punjab and Himachal Pradesh to the north, and by Rajasthan to the west and south. River Yamuna devides it from Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh, its eastern border. Haryana forms northern, western and southern borders of Delhi.
In India most of the battles were fought in the area, which shaped much of the history of India. Kurukshetra, where epic battle of Mahabharata was fought is also in Haryana.
Haryana is India’s largest manufacturer of passenger cars, two-wheelers, and tractors. Haryana has a rich cultural heritage from the Vedic times. For the first time Chyawanprash was formulated at Dhosi Hill, the ashram of revered Rishi Chyawyan.
The people of Haryana have preserved their old religious and social traditions.
There are many Pilgrim Destinations in Haryana offers the devotees with a wide range of sacred places with historical significance.
Some of the main Pilgrim Destinations of Haryana are: Kurukshetra Jyotisar Thanesar Pehowa Panchkula Dhosi Hill